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Daily Reflection Sit
Join us daily at 10:30 AM (Eastern)
DAILY SIT :: JULY 2020
July 01: The Science and Art of Practice
Four classic moves in mindfulness; See it; Feel it; Investigate it; Respond skillfully
July 02: Moved to FEEL
What is needed to be able to stay present and feel what is happening?
July 03: Just Go With The Flow
So simple in concept, but not as simple in practice
July 04: Freedom looks like this!
Let’s practice liberating ourselves from the tyranny of our destructive habits!
July 05: The Yin and Yang of Attention
Balancing agency and receptivity in meditation.
July 06: Letting Go Is Hard To Do.
Honoring the gradual process of release.
July 07: GROUNDing in the Present Moment
Use some aspect of the physical world--sights, sounds, and bodily sensations--rather than on our internal thoughts and feelings.
July 08: The Dilemma of Working with Unwholesome Mind States
We must feel them directly first, and we are not wired to do so.
July 09: Unbind from Thoughts Through the Body
Notice THINKING, then bring Attention back into the BODY and feel how it feels in real time.
July 10: Leading with Generosity
Exploring the Giving Cycle
July 11: Practicing in the Nooks and Crannies
Make use of transitions, the in-between moments to restabilize. Ground & breathe.
July 12: Kindle Warmth in Your Practice
Create an inner holding environment by inviting the heart and mind into our practice.
July 13: Kiss the Bird As It Flies By
Observe but do not sign up for clinging and aversion
July 14: Space: The Final Frontier
Too much space, too loose or drifty→ Ground, settle down: Too little space, uptight, cramped→ Expand, make room.
July 15: Natural Concentration
Releasing to natural concentration wanting to have something else when our mind-state is “not enough”.
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